Heir in

TALZIE, HEIR IN. Scotch law. Heirs of talzie or tailzie, are heirs of estates entailed. 1 Bell's Com. 47.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Accordingly, first of all, the heirs can decide together to assign their portions to one heir in the land registry offices.
A great deal of the fretting over the future in Shakespeare involves the paradox of the passage from heir contingent to heir in fact.
It is more strange still that, whether Lady Macbeth is imagining killing her already dead child, or killing a child that is still alive but will die before the end of the play, or killing an imaginary child that she never had, she's imagining killing Macbeth's heir in order to secure his kingship, as if to get the one means sacrificing the other.